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'Financially, I was a mess': David Gray on making 90s classic White Ladder

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

‘We recorded it in the bedroom - and on Babylon you can hear a car going right past the house' I was a struggling folky singer-songwriter during the 90s Britpop and dance boom. By the time I got to my third album, it was a Spinal Tap-style disaster. At one gig the sign outside read: “Barbecue ribs sold out, David Gray 9pm.”
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